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The Rudman Loop Trail, located within Rose Rudman Park on the southern end of Tyler, is part of a larger trail system called the Rose Rudman Recreational Trail. The paved trail meanders for just over...
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The first phase of Tyler's Legacy Trails consists of 4.2 miles of 10-foot-wide concrete trails with portions running on the eastern and western sides of Old Jacksonville Highway. The eastern...
Beautiful place to walk in South Tyler. Plenty of shade and scenery walking alongside an old railroad path. Perfect for exercise and lots of fresh air.
Nice shaded trail with benches at both ends and at the half way mark. They now have bicycle tool/air stations at both ends and water fountains but no restrooms yet. Will be a great trail when expanded.
Great trails. Concrete and wide. Perfect for a nice bike ride or walk. Nice area.
Found these trails. One side of highway is flat. The other runs over some hills to Cumberland rd which runs to Faulkner park for more trails. Highly recommend
The loop my only be 1.2 miles, but there is a nice extension that goes on for another mile or more. I use this trail often for jogging and always love it. No true hills, and all intersections have underpasses for joggers and bikers. There are also several places to picnic and a playground for kids.
Combined this trail with the one through Southside park and down along Grande. Kudos to the city and others for this great park and trails. Friendly folk,ease of access, well maintained. Nice little hill in the middle.route runs under several street intersections for a smooth ride.
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